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Aug. 30, 2020

Windows 95 turns 25, Early Podcasting and Lawn Gadget Geeks Part 3: Fall Lawn Care – HGG457

Windows 95 turns 25, Early Podcasting and Lawn Gadget Geeks Part 3: Fall Lawn Care – HGG457

David McCabe from https://reset.fm/ is back this week as we wrap up the 2020 Lawn Care Series with a look at fall lawn care. What needs to be done now and what can wait till spring? Can you bring your lawn back from a long summer drought?

David McCabe from https://reset.fm/ is back this week as we wrap up the 2020 Lawn Care Series with a look at fall lawn care. What needs to be done now and what can wait till spring? Can you bring your lawn back from a long summer drought? What about over seeding and spraying for weeds? Dave answers it all. We also open the show with a little Windows 95 conversation as the OS turns 25 years old and look back at the early days of podcasting for Jim and Dave. I think you will find it very interesting.



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On August 24, 1995, Windows 95 was launched, introducing the iconic Start menu. Over the past 25 years, Windows has continued to evolve, building on this rich history of innovation. Join us for a look back at how Windows has changed to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. 
 
 
Let’s just get this straight. I’m not a pro. This is not a “how to” you will still need to do your due diligence on your grass type, area, and listen to part 1 of this podcast.
Also, realize that I have a COOL season grass.  I am 6A and very close to 5B. 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hardiness_zone
If you live South of me you might be a WARM Season grass.  You STILL need to know your zone and grass type. 
Average First Frost for your area?
This weather guy YT
When To Expect Your First Frost
 
Video also has a fall forecast at the end. Temperature Anamolies.
If you are in the Below Average Map could be earlier for first frost so be ready for that.
Having said all that.